Mark Goodman

(Ph.D. 1993, Communication, University of Missouri)

Professor

Department of Communication

Mississippi State University

 


208 Hiwassee
Starkville, MS 39759
662-324-9517 (home)

P.O. Box PF
Mississippi State, MS 39762
662-325-7953 (work)
662-325-3210 (fax)
mg654460@gmail.com


 

Educational Background

Ph.D. in Communications, University of Missouri at Columbia, May, 1993.

Major areas: film and television. Secondary area: rhetoric. Outside areas: history and media law.

Master of Arts in History, emphasis in U.S. History and Black History, Southwest Missouri State University, Springfield, Missouri, 1981.

Bachelor of Arts in History, minor in journalism, Southwest Missouri State University, Springfield, Missouri, 1974.

Drury College: 27 hours in education and psychology.

Teaching Experience

Professor of communication: Mississippi State University, Fall 2009 to present.
Associate professor of communication: Mississippi State University, Fall 1993 to Spring 2009.
  • Introduction to Mass Media, Mass Media Law, Mass Media and Society, History of Mass Media, Video Production, Film and Video Semiotics, Media Relations, Broadcast Writing, Public Speaking, Honors Speech, Honors Mass Media, PR Case Problems, Persuasion, Media Practicum, Gender, Race & Class, TV as Communication, Photography, Advanced Photography, TV Criticism.
Instructor: History, Marketing, and Speech, Columbia College, 1990 to 1993.
  • Public Relations, Marketing Management, Human Communications, Public Speaking, Consumer Behavior, Western Civilization I and II, American History II.
Teaching Assistantship: Communication, University of Missouri, 1988-1991.
  • Basic film production, broadcast writing, video production, radio and television in society, University of Missouri, 1988-1991.
  • Outstanding Teaching Assistant, Communication Department, University of Missouri, 1990.
Instructor: Communications and History, Drury College, Fall 1981 to Spring 1988.
  • Introduction to Journalism Feature Writing Advanced Reporting Communications Law Publication Production Basic Interviewing Journalism/World Events Photojournalism Public Relations Expository Writing U.S. History I and II Social/Intellectual Hist. Contemporary Issues (critical thinking course)--Technology and Society, Individualism and Public Commitment.
  • Outstanding Faculty Award, nominated 1988, Drury College.
  • Student Newspaper Advisor: Drury College, three years, 15 awards, newspaper became computerized.
  • Summer Workshops: photography, environmental issues of the Ozarks, Summerscape, program for gifted children, 1981-1987.

Research

Journals

  • Forde, J.E. and Goodman, M. (1996). Starkville United. The American School Board Journal,183(3), p.20-22.
  • Goodman, M. and Couvillion, M. (1997). The Submission and Resistance of Maggie O'Connell: Textual Struggle in Northern Exposure. Speech and Theatre Journal of Missouri, 27(Fall), p. 49-55.
  • Goodman, M. (1998). Internet Communication and the First Amendment. Speech and Theatre Journal of Missouri, 28(Fall), p. 59-70.
  • Goodman, M. (August/September 1999). The Radio Act of 1927 as a Product of Progressivism. Mass Media Monographs. This article is linked at: http://www.scripps.ohiou.edu/mediahistory/mhmjour2-2.htm
    citations
  • Arnett, B. and Goodman, M. (1999). From Screenplay to Film: Content Control in Top Gun. Speech and Theatre Journal of Missouri, 29(Fall), p. 43-60.
  • Goodman, M. (2000) Where There is Smoke, There's Fire: Jacob Frohwerk v. U.S. Speech and Theatre Journal of Missouri, 30(Fall), p. 48-59.
  • Skinner, C. H., Robinson, D. H., Sterling, H.E., and Goodman, M.A. (1999). Effects of Advertisement Speech Rates. International Journal of Listening, 13, p. 97-110. Citations
  • Goodman, M. and Gring, M.(2000). The Radio Act of 1927: Progressive Ideology, Epistemology, and Praxis. Rhetoric & Public Affairs (Vol. 3, No. 3), 397-418. Citations
  • Couvillion, M. and Goodman, M. (2001) Translating for Kerrie: Turning Television Visuals into Touch Signifieds. Communication Teacher, Winter, p. 11-13.
  • Goodman, M. and Gring, M. (2001). The Ideological Battle for the FRC. Journalism History, Autumn, p. 117-124.
  • Arnett, R., Goodman, M., and Coker, J. D. (2003). The Intertextual Discourse of South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut and Beavis and Butt-Head Do America. Journal of the Speech and Theatre Association of Missouri, 33(Fall), p. 24-43. Citations
  • Oppenheimer, B., Adams-Price, C., Goodman, M., Codling, J., and Coker, J.D. (2003). Audience Perceptions of Strong Female Characters on Television. Communication Research Reports, 20(Spring), p. 161-172.
  • Roberts, P. & Goodman, M. (2006). Apple's "Think Different" campaign: Creating a hegemonic target audience. Speech and Theatre Journal of Missouri, 36, p. 65-76.
  • Goodman, Mark, Gring, Mark, & Anderson, Brian. (2006). The Visual Byte: Bill Clinton and His Town Hall Meeting Style. Journal of Communication, 1(1). http://www.scientificjournals.org/journals2007/articles/1014.htm Citations
  • Carolyn Adams-Price, Jim Codling, Mark Goodman, Kevin Kern, C. M. Kleinmann, Bonnie Oppenheimer, Rebekah Ray, Porter Roberts, and Pete Smith. (2006). Empathic resonance and Meryl Streep.(how the concept of empathic resonance functions in Meryl Streep's films). High Beam Encyclopedia. http://www.encyclopedia.com/printable.aspx? id=1G1:161117157. Accessed 4-27-07. Citations
  • Carolyn Adams-Price, Jim Codling, Mark Goodman, Kevin Kern, C. M. Kleinmann, Bonnie Oppenheimer, Rebekah Ray, Porter Roberts, and Pete Smith. (2006). Empathic resonance and Meryl Streep.Journal of Popular Film & Television; Fall2006, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p98-107, 10p
  • Mark Goodman, Carolyn Adams-Price, Bonnie Oppenheimer, Jim Codling, Jasna Vuk, S. Theresa Wheeler, Thomas Robinson, G. D. Smith, Jr., Christie Kleinmann. (2007). Lucy, Angela, Maureen, Jane, and Katharine: Perceptions of Actresses as They Age. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 1(2). http://www.scientificjournals.org/journals2007/ articles/1253.pdf
  • Mark Goodman (2008). The Praxis of Coercion by American Presidents in Times of Crisis. Communication Law Review, 8(2). (http://commlawreview.org/Archives/v8i2/The%20Praxis%20of%20Coercion%20v8i2.pdf) Accessed January 13, 2009. Citations
  • Van Roberts & Mark Goodman (2009). Hierarchies Flip: The Departed Wins, Smith Loses. Journal of the Speech and Theatre Association of Missouri, 39, 62-73.
  • S. Cho, M. Goodman, B. Oppenheimer, J. Codling, & T. Robinson (2009). Images of Women in STEM Field. Journal of Science Communication, 8(3). Available at: http://jcom.sissa.it/archive/08/03/Jcom0803(2009)A03. Citations
  • Mark Goodman (2010). Emotions and Social Networking--Bret Favre Resigns. Media Watch, 1(2), pp. 66-75.
  • James L. Codling and Mark Goodman (2010). Publishing in Geneva: Communication Meets Religion. International Journal of Business and Social Science, 1(1). http://www.ijbssnet.com/journals/16.pdf
  • Mark Goodman, Stephanie Rolph & Katherine Goodman (2011). The Consumer Culture--From the Radio Act to iPhones. Media Watch, 2(1), 35-42.
  • Van Roberts & Mark Goodman (2012). Censorship and Casablanca. Media Watch, 3(1), 61-67.
  • Van Roberts & Mark Goodman (2013). Dirty Harry as Pornography: Revealing the Unrevealed. Media Watch, 4(1), 74-83.
  • Steven McCorkle, Kevin Armstrong, Mark Goodman, & Janice Giddens (2013). Freshman 15: Are Universities Doing Enough? Media Watch, 4(2), 236-247.
  • John Nicholson, Shane T. Warren, Bonnie Oppenheimer, Mark Goodman, Jim Codling, Thomas Robinson, & Jee Young Chung (2013). STEM research: What the pictures tell us. The International Journal of Science and Society, 4.
  • Warren, Shane T., Joon Soo Lim, John Nicholson, Emily D. Ryalls, Skye C. Cooley, Mark Goodman, Bonnie Oppenheimer, James Codling, Thomas Robinson and Laci Kyles. “The Effect of Participants’ Race and Gender on Perceptions of STEM and Non-STEM Images of Women.” The International Journal of Science in Society 4(3) (2013) 63-73.
  • Goodman, Mark, and Danae Carlson. “Escape And Re-Colonization Of Waka Waka: Shakira’s Performance At The 2010 World Cup.”Media Watch 5.1 (2014): 84. 
  • Cooley, Skye C. and Mark Goodman (2014). The Hegemonic Dance Partners: United States and North Korea. Media Watch, 5(3), 295-305. citations
  • Goodman, Mark (2015). First Amendment Tension: Advocacy and Clear and Present Danger. Communication Law Review, 15(1). http://commlawreview.org/Archives/v15i1/CLRv15i1_First_Amendment_Tension_Goodman.pdf
  • Goodman, Mark, Carlson, Danae, Kyles, Laci, and Goodman, Nick (2015). What Gamification Tells Us About Web Communication. Media Watch, 6(2), 200-208.
  • Goodman, Mark, Bradford, Frank, and Warren, Shane. (2016). Ferguson: Returning to Popular Sovereignty Through Rhetorical Protest. Media Watch, 7(3), 354-362.
  • Warren, Shane, Goodman, Mark, Horton, Rebecca, and Bynum, Nate. (2016). Stemming the Tide: The Presentation of Women Scientists in CSI. International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology, Vol.8, No.3
    2: 360-381. Citations

Book Chapters

  • Goodman, M. and Gring, M. (2003). The Radio Act of 1927: Progressive Ideology, Epistemology, and Praxis. In M. Hilmes (ed.), Connections: A Broadcasting History Reader. New York: Wadsworth.

Book Reviews

  • Goodman, M. (2004). [Review of the book A Feminist Reader in Early Cinema]. Journal of Film and Video, 55(4), p. 54-55.
  • Goodman, M., (2006). [Review of the book Real Emotional Logic: Film and Television Docudrama as Persuasive Practice]. Journal of Film and Video, 58(1-2), 112-113.
  • Goodman, M. (2008). [Review of the book Freedom from Advertising: E. W. Scripps's Chicago Experiment]. Journalism History, 34(1), 60.

Conference Proceedings

  • Adams-Price, C., Goodman, M., Oppenheimer, B., Codling, J., Roberts, P., & Albrecht, B. (2003). An Analysis of Aging Women in Film and Television. 20th Century Conference on Literature and Psychology, Greenwich, England, July 2-6, 2003. Lisbon: Instituto Superior de Psicologia Aplicada, pp. 69-74.
    http://www.clas.ufl.edu/ipsa/2003/goodman.html
  • Goodman, Mark, Gring, Mark, and Anderson, Brian (2005). The Visual Byte: Bill Clinton and His Town Hall Meeting Style. International Academy of Linguistics, Behavioral and Social Sciences, Miami, November 17-19, 2005. AGB and IALBSS Proceedings, paper 18.
  • Goodman, Mark, Roberts, Porter, Adams-Price, Carolyn, Smith, Pete, Ray, Rebekah, Codling, Jim, and Oppenheimer, Bonnie (2005). Empathic Resonance and Meryl Streep. International Academy of Linguistics, Behavioral and Social Sciences, Miami, November 17-19, 2005. AGB and IALBSS Proceedings, paper 19.
  • Cho, Seungho, Goodman, Mark, Oppenheimer, Bonnie, Codling, James, & Robinson, Thomas (2009). The Effect of Brand Image on Consumer Evaluations. International Academy of Linguistics, Behavioral and Social Sciences, Orlando, November 13-14, 2009. AGB and IALBSS Proceedings, paper 6.
  • Bonnie Oppenheimer, Seungho Cho, Mark Goodman, Jim Codling, Teresa Wheeler, Thomas Robinson. (2008). STEM Images. Proceedings of the Louisiana-Mississippi Section of the Mathematical Association of America, Spring 2008.
  • Skye C. Cooley and Mark Goodman (2014). Domestic Propaganda and Press Support: Examining the Obama's Administration's Handling of the 2009 North Korean Nuclear Test. Proceedings of the 12th annual conference on communication and strategic support.

Professional Publications

Invited Papers

  • Goodman, Mark. (2008). Broadcasting and the Consumer Culture: A Re-examination of the 1927 Radio Act. 3rd Brazil-US Colloquium on Communication Studies, New Orleans, March 24-26, 2008.

Refereed Papers Read

  • Skye C. Cooley and Mark Goodman (2014). Domestic Propaganda and Press Support: Examining the Obama's Administration's Handling of the 2009 North Korean Nuclear Test. Proceedings of the 12th annual conference on communication and strategic support. Athens, Greece.
  • Shane T. Warren, Joon Lim, John Nicholson, Bonnie Oppenheimer, Mark Goodman, James Codling, Thomas Robinson. "Race and Gender Differences in Assessments of STEM and non-STEM Images." Science in Society, University of California, Berkeley, November 15-17, 2012.
  • John Nicholson, Shane T. Warren, Bonnie Oppenheimer, Mark Goodman, Thomas Robinson, James Codling, SeungHo Cho, Jee Young Chung. "Perception, Race, and Gender in Assessments of STEM and non-STEM Images." Southern States Communication Association, San Antonio, April 11-15, 2012. Top paper in Gender Studies.
  • John Nicholson, Mark Goodman, Bonnie Oppenheimer, Thomas Robinson & James Codling. “AAUW CAP Team Results: Breaking through Barriers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics for Women and Girls." (June, 2011). Women in Engineering Pro-Active Network (WEPAN) Annual Conference, Seattle, WA.
  • Oppenheimer, B., Nicholson, J., Goodman, M., Robinson, T., & Codling, J. (2011). “STEM Research: What the Pictures Tell Us.” Third International Conference on Science in Society, Washington, D.C., August 5, 2011
  • Cho, S, Goodman, M., Oppenheimer, B., Codling, J., & Robinson, T. (2009). "The Effect of Brand Images on Consumer Evaluations." International Academy of Linguistics, Behavoral, and Social Sciences, Orlando, November 13-14, 2009. Best paper Award.
  • Roberts, Van, and Goodman, Mark. (2008). Casablanca -- Are the French Worth Fighting For? Censorship, Binary Oppositions, and Jack Warner. BEA, Las Vegas, April, 2008.
  • Oppenheimer, Bonnie, Goodman, Mark, Cho, Sueng-Ho, Codling, Jim, Robinson, Thomas & Wheeler, Serita T. (2008). STEM Images. Louisiana/Mississippi Section of the Mathematical Association of America, Lake Charles, LA, February 29, 2008.
  • Goodman, Mark, Gring, Mark, and Anderson, Brian (2005). The Visual Byte: Bill Clinton and His Town Hall Meeting Style. International Academy of Linguistics, Behavioral and Social Sciences, Miami , November 17-19, 2005. Best Paper Award.
  • Goodman, Mark, Roberts, Porter, Adams-Price, Carolyn, Smith, Pete, Ray, Rebekah, Codling, Jim, and Oppenheimer, Bonnie (2005). Empathic Resonance and Meryl Streep. International Academy of Linguistics, Behavioral and Social Sciences, Miami, November 17-19, 2005.
  • Adams-Price, C., Goodman, M., Oppenheimer, B., Codling, J., Roberts, P., & Albrecht, B. (2003). An Analysis of Aging Women in Film and Television. 20th Century Conference on Literature and Psychology, Greenwich, England, July 2-6, 2003.
  • Goodman, M. (2002). Silent Cal's voice echoes through the Radio Act of 1927. National Speech Association.
  • Philip, T. and Goodman, M. (2002). A process for reengineering Web based applications. ISCA International Conference on Computer Applications.
  • Arnett, B., Goodman, M., and Davis J. (2001). The animated film as social commentary. University Film and Video Conference.
  • Oppenheimer, B., Codling, J., Goodman, M., Davis, E.J., & Persons, K. (2001). Influence of Sex and Race On An Audience's Response to the Femininity of Strong Female Characters. Central States Communication Association, Spring.
  • Goodman, M. and Young, S. (April 2000). The Internet Voice of the Sexual Addict. Broadcasting Education Association
  • Goodman, M. And Gring, M. (April 1999). The Visual Byte: Bill Clinton and the Polysemic Town Hall Meeting. Central States/Southern States Speech Conference.
  • Goodman, M. (April 1999). The Performance of Racism in Starkville, Mississippi: A Rhetorical Battleground. Central States/Southern States Speech Conference.
  • Goodman, M. (April 1999). Sexual Addiction and the Internet. Central States/Southern States Speech Conference.
  • Roberts, V., Goodman, M., Huttenstine, M., and Stout, C. (April 1999). Dirty Harry as Pornography: Revealing the Unrevealed. Central States/Southern States Speech Conference.
  • Goodman, M. (April 1998). The Radio Act of 1927 as a Product of Progressivism. Broadcasting Education Association.
  • Goodman, M. (April 1997). Where There Is Smoke There Is Fire? Frohwerk v. United States. Central States Speech Association.
  • Goodman, M. (April 1996). The First Amendment Search for Legitimate State Interest: Heffron v. Krishna. Central States Speech Association.
  • Goodman, M. and Gring, M. (November 1995). The Radio Act of 1927: Progressive Ideology, Epistemology and Praxis. Speech Communication Association.
  • Goodman, M. & Skyellum, J. (November 1994). "Revealing" Sex on Television: An Examination of Sexual Behavior. Speech Communication Association.

Competitive Grants

  • NASA Research Grant, MUW, 2012, $3300 (research group).
  • NASA Research Grant, MUW, 2011, $2000 (research group).
  • NASA Research Grant, MUW, 2010, $2000 (research group).
  • AAUW, $2100 (rsearch group), 2009.
  • NASA Research Grant, MUW, 2009, $2000 (research group)
  • NASA Research Grant, MUW, 2008, $950 (research group)
  • Small Business Administration grant through Franklin Institute, 2007, $2500 (research group)
  • NASA Research Grant, MUW, 2007, $1500 (research group)
  • MUW Research Grant, 2007, $200 (research group)
  • NASA Research Grant, MUW, 2006, $1500 (research group)
  • STEM Research Grant, MUW, 2005, $500 (research group)
  • Hoover Library Research Grant, 1999, $250.
  • Humanities and Arts Research Program, research grant for $2000, 1998.
  • Humanities and Arts Research Program, research grant for $3165, 2001.
  • Mississippi Department of Marine Resources, co-investigator, $4885, 2001.
  • MSU Continuing Education, web course development, $2000, 2000.
  • MSU Continuing Education, web course development, $2000, 2001.

Professional Practice

  • 2014: Disaster Volunteer Mobilization, developed for Mississippi Emergency Management Agency, Mississippi Voad, Volunteer Mississippi, Mark Goodman and Emily Ryalls.
  • 2014: Legal Consultant, WDAM, Hattiesburg.
  • 2013: Consultant, Farm Week evaluation.
  • 2012: Consultant, LivingWaters for the World, 2012.
  • 2011: Consultant, Mississippi Center for Justice, 2012.
  • 2009: Consultant, Itawaba Community College, on line communication classes.
  • 2009: Consultant, Delta Research and Extension Center, editor.
  • 2008: Furniture Surveys 3-4-5, Correlational Analysis. Franklin Furniture Institute.
  • 2008: Sarah Dale Simpkins, Contest Photos.
  • 2008: Multi-variant Analysis, Furniture Survey I. Franklin Furniture Institute.
  • 2008: Furniture Survey Marketing Report, MSU Business Outreach.
  • 2008: Furniture Survey I: Means Report. Franklin Furniture Institute.
  • 2007: An Analysis of the Mississippi Furniture Industry. Franklin Furniture Institute.
  • 2007: Consultant for Jubilations Cheesecake. Marketing and Adversting Plan.
  • 2007: Consultant for Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC, Roberts v. Smith
  • 2007: Indian Ridge Homeowners Association.
  • 2007: New marketing plan for Furniture Institute.
  • 2005: Frank Davis For Mayor campaign.
  • 2004-2006: Friends of Noxubee Refuge, web master.
  • 2003-2004 Starkville In-Line Hockey League, web master.
  • 2000-2015 Noxbuee Conservation Center, web master.
  • 2000: Crowson Family Fundraiser, fundraiser and public relations.
  • 2000-2005: Southern Streams, board member; webmaster.
  • 1998-2008: Oktibbeha Audubon Society, web master.
  • 2000: National Audubon Society, national web page judge.
  • 1999-2000: Census 2000, Mississippi campaign, media consultant. TV campaign won three state addys.
  • 1998 to current: Fund raising ($150,000) for Wellspring Christian Facilities.
  • 1997 to 1998: Consultant, New Mexico, Attorney General campaign, Marian Matthews.
  • 1996 to 1998: Fund raising ($300,000) for Starkville Sportsplex.
  • 1996, 1998, 2002, 2004. National Audubon Society, National Newsletter Contest, judge.
  • 1995: Strategy Planning Committee, Starkville Public Schools bond issue campaign.
  • 1993 to 2000: Membership development for Oktibbeha Audubon Society.
  • 1994: Video producer for Habitat for Humanity, Starkville.
  • 1993: Research consultant, Arthritis Center, University of Missouri Hospital.
  • 1992: Consultant, Missouri State Senate Campaign, Joe Moseley.
  • 1992: Consultant, Civil Suit, Tofle, Oxenhandler & Miller.
  • 1982-85: Test writer, American College Testing Service.
  • 1982-84: Advertising and photography, Drury College.
  • 1982: Brochure development, American Heart Association, Greene County Chapter.
  • 1982: Campaign director, Taney County (MO) Sewer District election.
  • 1981: Story Reporter, USA Today

Creative Work

  • Goodman, M. (April 1999). Where There's Smoke, There's Fire. The Prosecution of Jacob Frohwerk. German American Magazine
  • Goodman, M. (July/August 1997). Churches Rescue Struggling School. Presbyterians Today, p.6-7
  • Goodman, M. (August 1988). Who Retired God? Momentum Magazine, 1(4), p.17
  • Goodman, M. (February 1986). Missouri's Missouri. Missouri Fins and Feathers, 8(2), p.15-18
  • Goodman, M. (Summer 1985). Birds of A Feather. Notre Dame Magazine, 14(2), p.45
  • Goodman, M. (October 1984). Ozark Mountain Retreat. MotorHome, 21(10), p.42-44
  • Goodman, M. (April 1984). White Bassing At Galena. Missouri Fins & Feathers, 6(4), p.20-23
  • Goodman, M. (March 1984). Down in Dogwood Canyon. Missouri Life, 12(2), p.24-27
  • Goodman, M. (February 1984). The Giant Canadas. Missouri Life, 12(1), p.32-35
  • Goodman, M. (Spring 1983). The Forgotten Cavalry. On Magazine, 1(6), p. 52-54
  • Goodman, M. (March 1983). And the Music Goes On. Missouri Life, 11(1), p.44-46
  • Goodman, M. (November 1982). The Algae's Revenge. Springfield! Magazine, 4(6), p. 14-16
  • Goodman, M. (March 1982). Everyone Plays the Credit Game. Springfield! Magazine,3(10), p.38-39
  • Goodman, M. (January 1982). Environmental Nightmare Looms Over Airport Industrialization. Springfield! Magazine, 3(8), p. 13-15
  • Goodman, M. (November 1981). Drawing Heat From County Line Dam. Springfield! Magazine, 3(6), p. 18-20
  • Goodman, M. (October 1981). The Hidden World of Lake Springfield. Springfield! Magazine, 3(5), p.23-25
  • Goodman, M. (13 December 1977). Wild Eagles. Associated Press Release

Television Producer

  • Mississippi State of Mind (Student News Magazine).
    • February 22, 1998.
    • March 1, 1998.
    • March 8, 1998.

Teaching Awards and Nominations

  • 1988 Drury College Students in my Contemporary Access class nominated me for Teacher of the Year.
  • 1990 University of Missouri Named outstanding teaching assistant of the year for the Communication Department.
  • 1996 Mississippi State University Nominated by six faculty members for a Grisham Teaching Award
  • 1996 Mississippi State University, selected by Erin Harris as Professor of Eminence
  • 2000 Mississippi State University College of Arts & Sciences Advisor of the Month
  • 2002 Mississippi State University, Arts & Sciences honor society presenter, selected by Ching Kang and Katie Longmeier
  • 2005 Mississippi State University, Arts & Sciences honor society presented, selected by J.J. Sylvia
  • 2006 Honors Faculty Member
  • 2007 to 2010, Appliachian Leadership program mentor
  • 2008 Day One Action Team Mentor
  • 2014, faculty presenter for Danae Carlson, Society of Scholars

Graduate Students

Master of Fine Arts (Art)
  • David Wade, 2004
  • Shridhar Bhave, 2004
  • William Andrews, 2002
  • Chad Anderson, 2002
  • Marc Poole, 2001
  • Laurie Livingston, 1999
Ph.D.
  • James Faircloth, marketing, 1995
  • Don Clough, Wildlife & Fisheries, 1998
  • Donan Eckles, Forest Products, 2005
  • Van Roberts, History, 2006
  • Amy Berryhill, Workforce/Curriculum, 2007
  • Ray Denton, Workforce/Curriculum, 2007
  • Jim Codling, Instruction and Curriculum, 2008
  • Stephanie Rolph, History, 2009
  • Fawad Hussain, Aligarh Muslim Univesity, 2014
Doctorate of Letters
  • Satya Narayana Pattnaik, Mass Communication, Berhampur University, 2010.
Masters of Art
  • Stacy Scott, physical education, 1996
  • Richard Cobb, history, 1994
  • Stephanie Rolph, history, 2004
  • Charles Cartwright, teaching and technology, 2005
  • Dawn Herring, agricultural comunication, 2008

Research consultant

  • Sarah Layne, Kinesology, 2012.

Service

Mississippi State University

  • Visual standards committee for continuing education, Teaching and Learning Center, 2015.
  • Microteaching evaluator, Office of the Graduate School, 2011, 2012.
  • Graduate program committee, Department of Communication, 2009-2012.
  • Honors Council, 2009-2010.
  • Curriculum Committee, College of Arts & Sciences, 2008-2012.
  • Curriculum Committee, Department of Communication, Chair, 2007-08.
  • Higher Education Appreciation Day for Academic Excellence
  • Outstanding faculty member, 2006
  • Presidential search, 2006.
  • Parent leave policy committee, 2006-2008.
  • Arts & Sciences Faculty Senate, 2003-2005 (communication); 2009-2010 (gender studies).
  • Arts & Sciences Promotion and Tenure Committee, 2007--2010 (chair 2009), 2001-2004 (chair 2004).
  • Promotion and Tenure document, chair, 2004-2005
  • Sevis Committee on foreign students, 2002.
  • College of Arts & Sciences, dean search, 2001-2002
  • Faculty Senate, April 2001-May 2008.
    • President's Planning for the Future Committee, 2006;
      chaired task force committees on faculty, research and graduate education
    • Presidential search committee, 2006
    • Faculty Senate President, 2004-2006
    • Ad hoc committee on presidential searches, 2002
    • Faculty affairs, 2001-2002, chair 2002-2004, 2006
    • Ad hoc committee on workload policy, 2003
    • Ad hoc committee on non-tenured faculty, 2005
    • Ad hoc committee on Teaching Evaluations, 2005-2007
  • Faculty Search Committees
    • Department searches: 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2007
    • Director of the Honors Program, 2004
    • Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, 2002
  • Cooperative Education program in communication, chair 1999
  • Asian Studies Committee, 1998 to 2000
  • General Liberal Arts Committee, 2000 to current
    • Director 2003 to 2007, 2009-current
  • Masters program in Communication, chair, formation committee 1997
  • 1999 Honors in Communication Program, chair, formation committee 1999
  • Tenure and Promotion, College of Arts & Sciences 1999-2000; 2003-2005 (chair 2005); 2007-current (chair 2007)
  • University Teaching Evaluation Committee, co-chair 1999-2000
  • Campus Broadcast Board, 1994-1997; 2003.
  • Director of Broadcasting Curriculum, 1993-1997
  • Arts & Sciences Cultural Diversity Committee 1995
  • Department of Communication tenure and promotion revision 1996, 2004-5
  • Arts & Sciences Computer Resources Committee 1996-7
  • Arts & Sciences Scholarship Committee 1998
  • Department of Communication technology and equipment committee, chair 1998-99

Drury College

  • Student Publications Committee (chairman)
  • Curriculum Review Committee
  • Writing Across the Curriculum (formation committee, two in-service workshops).
  • Contemporary Issues Committee (curriculum organization)
  • Directed Communication Department internship program
  • Critical Thinking Workshop (planning committee)

Communication

Conference Paper Reviewer
  • NCA, black caucus, 2004
  • NCA, visual communication division, 2004
  • AEMJ, media history division, 2004, 2005
  • BEA Conference, law division, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2008, 2009
  • NCA, law and communication, 2003
  • NCA, mass media division, 2003
  • Journal of Applied Communication, annual contest, 2001, 2002
  • NCA Conference, mass media division, 2002
  • BEA Conference, history division, 2001, 2005 , 2007
  • NCA Conference, religious communication, 1994, 1995
  • AJHA-AEJMC joint conference, 2006
  • AEJMC, history division, 2008
  • NCA, law division, 2013
Textbook Reviewer
  • Thomson Learning (Wadsworth/Heinle/Schirmer), Intro to Mass Media, 2006
  • Oxford University Press, Media Law, 2004
  • Atomic Dog Publishing, Introduction to Mass Media, 2003
  • McGraw-Hill, Mass Media Law, 2002
  • McGraw-Hill, Introduction to Electronic Communication, 2001
  • Harcourt-Brace, Introduction to Mass Media, 1999
  • McGraw-Hill, Introduction to Mass Media, 1995
  • McGraw-Hill, Introduction to Mass Media, 1994
Journal Reviewer
  • American Communication Journal (editorial review board), 2010.
  • Western Journal of Communication, 2008.
  • Scientific Journals International, 2006 (6 articles); 2007 (11 articles); 2008 (1 article); 2009 (3 articles)
  • Social Science History, 2006
  • Journal of Intercultural Communication Research, 2004.
  • International Research Journal of Journalism and Mass Communication, 2012.
  • International Journal of Science Education, 2013 (2 papers), 2014 (3 papers), 2015 (3 papers), 2016 (1 paper).
  • Western Journal of Communication, 2015.
  • Cogent Arts & Humanities, 2016, 2 papers.
  • Critical Studies in Mass Media, 2017.
External Peer Reviewer
  • Auburn University, 2002
  • Kansas State University, 2016

Editorial Board Member

Media Watch Journal
Indian Journal of Communication Review

Grant Reviewer

  • Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Program, 2013-14.

Community Involvement

  • Lowndes County Disaster Consultant, 2014.
  • Helping Hands, Board of Directors, 2009-2010.
  • Community Pride Grant Proposal (4-H) judge, 2008, 2009.
  • Important Bird Areas, Mississippi technical committee, 2002-2003
  • Bird Atlas Breeding Survey, Ms, State coordinator, 2000-2008
  • Wellspring Retreat Ministries, executive board (1994-1998)
  • Starkville Sportsplex Committee (1996-97)
  • Starkville Chamber of Commerce Race Relations Council (1994-2002)
  • Moor School Academic Enrichment Workshop, director (1994-1995)
  • Oktibbeha County Audubon Society, president, (1998)
  • Youth soccer, Starkville, MS, head coach, ex-president (1995-98)
  • Greater Ozarks Audubon Society, 10 years, president 2 years
  • Bird Atlas Breeding Survey, Missouri Region 7 coordinator
  • Columbia Audubon Society, board of directors, (1990-1992)
  • Southwest Missouri Hazardous Waste Project, board member
  • Missouri Audubon Society, president (1992/1993)
  • Missouri Department of Conservation, research volunteer at Eagle Bluffs Wetlands (1992-93)